‘There was no shooting’: Victim of shooting near Daytona Beach pizza shop disputes police account

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One man is hurt and another is in custody after a fight over loud music led to a shooting early Wednesday in Daytona Beach. Officials with the Daytona Beach Police Department said it happened around 3:30 a.m. outside Angelo’s Pizza House on Seabreeze Boulevard. Police said the argument involved two men, one of whom was sitting at a table outside the pizza shop and the other who had pulled up to the scene in a black Ford Mustang.Police said the men got into an argument with each other over loud music coming from the Mustang, with the driver getting out of the car and walking toward the other man before going back to his car.As the argument continued, police said the driver walked back to the other man – who had stood up by this point – and reportedly shoved him. That’s when investigators believe that man used a gun in his hand to fire one shot, with the round striking the driver’s ribs.Jason Fox told WESH 2 News that he was the man in the Mustang. Fox disputed the account police gave and said he was not shot. He then drove off in a Mustang. Police haven’t officially identified the man they say was shot or the shooter, but they did go say they stand by their account of the events.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. —

One man is hurt and another is in custody after a fight over loud music led to a shooting early Wednesday in Daytona Beach.

Officials with the Daytona Beach Police Department said it happened around 3:30 a.m. outside Angelo’s Pizza House on Seabreeze Boulevard.

Police said the argument involved two men, one of whom was sitting at a table outside the pizza shop and the other who had pulled up to the scene in a black Ford Mustang.

Police said the men got into an argument with each other over loud music coming from the Mustang, with the driver getting out of the car and walking toward the other man before going back to his car.

As the argument continued, police said the driver walked back to the other man – who had stood up by this point – and reportedly shoved him. That’s when investigators believe that man used a gun in his hand to fire one shot, with the round striking the driver’s ribs.

Jason Fox told WESH 2 News that he was the man in the Mustang.

Fox disputed the account police gave and said he was not shot. He then drove off in a Mustang.

Police haven’t officially identified the man they say was shot or the shooter, but they did go say they stand by their account of the events.

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